Managing Inflammatory Arthritis | Arthritis Talks

Rheumatologist Dr. David Robinson discusses managing inflammatory types of arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. The webinar answers these important questions (and more): – What is…

World Arthritis Day 2016: RA patient advocate Annette McKinnon chats with Lisa Matar

Annette McKinnon is a seasoned advocate for the needs of arthritis patients. Here she shares her perspective on living with RA and the importance of engaging patient voices with Lisa…

The number of people with arthritis continues to increase

By 2035, nearly 40% more people will have arthritis than today – that’s 8.5 million Canadians. Arthritis affects more people than you realize, and it is more damaging than you…

Pain Symposium: Dr. Brigitte Sabourin

Dr. Brigitte Sabourin MBA, PhD, CPsych and Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology at the University of Manitoba, discusses how changing the relationship with pain through acceptance-based…

Pain Symposium: Richard Dorge

Richard Dorge, who lives with Inflammatory Arthritis, shares his arthritis success story during the Pain: Relief is Within Reach Symposium and Webcast, Nov. 3, 2018 in Winnipeg Manitoba.

Hear leading researchers speak out about arthritis

We asked leading Canadian experts in arthritis research to tell us about their views on arthritis.

We need more treatments for arthritis

Dr. Gillian Hawker, Women’s College Hospital and Sir John and Lady Eaton Professor and Chair of the department of medicine at the University of Toronto, shares her perspectives on treatments…

Osteoarthritis is a highly serious condition

Dr. Gillian Hawker, Women’s College Hospital and Sir John and Lady Eaton Professor and Chair of the department of medicine at the University of Toronto, speaks up about arthritis.

Arthritis takes lives in pieces

Arthritis takes lives in pieces. It takes dreams, relationships, and even livelihoods. And it will not stop until we find a cure. Donate now at www.arthritis.ca/donate

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) for Rheumatoid Arthritis (Lecture)

“People Getting a Grip on Arthritis” provides people with arthritis with information on strategies that will help them learn to better manage their arthritis. People Getting a Grip on Arthritis…